Do you “Like” me yet?

If you are a Facebook user I hope that you’ve found me there and clicked the “Like” button on my fan page! Click this link to go directly there, after that it’s just a short click on the “Like” button and you will get updates about my art, events, previews of new images and notification each time I’ve posted to the blog. How easy is that?! If you have already done that – THANK YOU!! I’d really appreciate it if you would please share the page with your friends, too.

Another way to “Like” me is right here on the blog! At the top of the page there is a “Like” button too. Anytime you read a post that you particularly enjoy, be sure to click on that button as well!

After finishing the webpage improvements & updates last week I will be heading back to the studio tomorrow. I am excited as well as a bit lost…I don’t have a specific project pending right now. I’ll be free to create whatever strikes my fancy! Which sounds wonderful but there are so many things I think I’d like to do it will take me a bit to decide which one to choose. 🙂 I guess that’s not a bad dilemma to have though, is it?

Chat again soon!

Lynne

Memories & Milestones…

"eight days" mixed media on canvas © 2004, Lynne Medsker

I totally overlooked the fact that my last post was the 400th for this blog! I try to keep track but it just slipped right by this time. Anyhow, a belated “WOO HOO!” to celebrate. I certainly never knew I would turn into such a blogger when I started! Reflecting back on that made me think of when I first started venturing into mixed media art so I searched through my images and found the one above. This was my first mixed media piece on canvas, I still have it hanging at my house as a reminder of my beginning. I also still have these three pieces, they hang in my bedroom so I see them everyday. I made them the same year, while we were on vacation at Virginia Beach.

early mixed media work © 2004, Lynne Medsker
early mixed media work © 2004, Lynne Medsker
early mixed media work © 2004, Lynne Medsker

I find it interesting that several years later I did an entire series of artwork using embossed metal, returning to my roots so to speak.

I wasn’t sure I’d be blogging this morning as we are in the middle of an ice storm here in Indiana. There is more to come so if you don’t see any posts in the next few days it’s because either the internet, power or both are gone. Thank goodness for flashlights, candles, board games and family…we’ll make it an adventure!

Stay safe & warm,

Lynne